audio archiving and restoration services

Craig S.

Have had an unbelievable experience with CAW so. Bringing a dead project from 2003 roaring back to life in 2020! Amazing!
Thank you, Stewart!

Craig S.

Joe R.

Fast turnaround and superior work. Any of you musicians with archived analog tape want them converted to wav files for mixing, “CAW” is the place to go. Highly Recommended! Terrific Job…

Joe R.

Johnny barnes

Just finished listening to the CD, perfect, fantastic, awesome, killer cool.  You sprinkled jewel fairy dust on that pig and turned t into a beautiful girl.
Thank you, Stewart!

Johnny Barnes

Media Order Form

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Creative Audio Works
15 Bay Colony Drive
Plymouth, MA  02360




    Include the above form with your shipment.

    Press the submit button, which will take you to a new screen, and then press print.  Include this along with your audio materials to be shipped to Creative Audio Works.

    Guidelines for Packing And Shipping Your Audio Media

    We cannot be held liable for any damage that occurs to your objects during shipping. If you have questions about shipping your audio material, don’t hesitate to contact Creative Audio Works for more information, and we’ll be happy to help plan your shipment.

    Please pack your tapes snugly in a box with packing material all the way around. Ship with a reliable carrier who will give you a tracking number. USPS, UPS, and FedEx are three such carriers.  It’s a good idea to let us know your shipment is on its way. If convenient, please provide the tracking number.

    For 10″ reels of tape, the  USPS had a Priority Mail box that is 12″ square and holds 4-5 reels of tape.

    Cassettes should be shipped in their original cassette box when available, which has a hub-locking device to prevent the tape in the cassette shell from becoming loose while in transit when possible.

    If you are going to ship records, don’t forget that at least one stiffener pad between discs. With discs, it is critical to double-box your shipment to prevent damage.

    Do not use envelopes of any kind; they are prone to rip open during delivery. We have had cassettes mailed to us and arrived damaged.  The cassette had to be re-shelled before being transferred, and this cost was passed on to the client.

    Contact Creative Audio Works regarding  your audio archiving and restoration needs

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